At vs In
In, as a preposition of place, is usually used to talk about the position of someone or something inside large places such as countries, continents, big cities, etc...
Ex.: He grew up in Poland.
At, as a preposition of place, is usually used to talk about the position of someone or something inside small and unimportant places such as villages, small towns, etc...
Ex.: I'lll meet you at the pub.
At is also commonly used with proper names such as buildings or organizations.
Ex.: I met her at Harrods.
He works at the bank.
In, as a preposition of time, is usually used when talking about parts of the day.
Ex.: I'll see you in the morning, in the evening, in the afternoon.
But: we say AT night
At, as a preposition of time, is usually used with clock time.
Ex.: My flight leaves at 8.30 am.
Do vs Make
We use the verb DO when someone performs an action, task or activity.
Ex.: Do the dishes, do the washing.
When referring to work or any kind.
Ex.: Do your work, do homework, do your job.
'Do' for General Ideas
To describe an action without saying exactly what the action is. This form is often used with: "something, nothing, anything, everything, etc..."
Ex. He's not doing anything today.
She's doing nothing
We use the verb 'make' for constructing, building or creating
Ex.: Make food, make a cup of coffee, make a dress.
'Make' is often used when referring to preparing food of any kind.
Ex.: Make breakfast, luch, dinner.
Important Expressions with 'Make'E
Make a choice
Make a comment
Make a decision
Make a mistake
Make a noise
Make a plan
Make a point
Make a promise
Make a visit
Make your bed